Listen to some of Verdi’s bubbliest music.
Three of our favorite singers starred in this Verdi masterpiece.
Seattle Opera’s first home-grown production of the greatest American opera.
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A spectacular cast and walls that dripped blood made for a thrilling night of Verdi and Shakespeare.
From 2009 Ring cycle performances.
From the 2009 Ring
Photos from Seattle Opera’s first production of the decade.
The “Green” Ring looked better than ever this summer.
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Both comedy and tragedy are found in Pagliacci, but laughter turns to tears in this Seattle Opera production 2008.
“The jaws of hell gape wide and swallow all of creation” in some of Verdi’s most powerful music.
The final outing of Ring 2 was a great success, artistically—and financially!
Gordon Hawkins became Seattle’s Verdi baritone of choice with this production.
Revival of the 1994 production directed by Stephen Wadsworth.
Greer Grimsley’s first Wagner opera—complete with giant animatronic swan!
Seattle-based creative team Stephen Terrell, Edie Whitsett, Claire Hewitt, and Robert Wierzel created a psychologically taught, claustrophobic production of this bel canto tragedy.
This revival of Nicholas Muni’s 1989 production, set in a strange dreamscape, starred Gordon Hawkins, fast becoming Seattle’s Verdi baritone of choice, as Count Di Luna.
A rare summer performance of a Verdi classic!